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Attorney General William Barr resigns, effective Dec. 23

WGN Programming

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Attorney General William Barr resigns, effective Dec. 23

"General William Barr is resign. Attorney General William Barr is resigning amid lingering tension with President Donald Trump over the president's claims of election fraud and the investigation of President elect Joe Biden. Sun Bar went to the White House Monday where he submitted his letter of resignation, according to a tweet from Trump Mars last day will be December 23rd. Trump said Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will become acting attorney general. Trump publicly expressed anger after bar statement to The Associated Press this month that the Justice Department had found no widespread election fraud that would change the outcome of the election. Might

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Attorney General William Barr Resigns Amid Rising Tension With Donald Trump

Larry Elder

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Attorney General William Barr Resigns Amid Rising Tension With Donald Trump

"Trump says the attorney general is resigning. Attorney General William Barr is resigning amid lingering tension with President Donald Trump over the president's claims of election fraud and the investigation of President elect Joe Biden. Son Martin went to the White House Monday where he submitted his letter of resignation, according to a tweet from Trump Bars last day will be December 23rd. Trump said. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will become acting attorney general. Trump publicly expressed anger after bar statement to The Associated Press this month that the Justice Department had found no widespread election fraud that would change the outcome of the election. Might GRASSI a Washington

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Trump says Barr resigning, will leave before Christmas

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Trump says Barr resigning, will leave before Christmas

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting president trump says the Attorney General is resigning Attorney General William Barr is resigning amid lingering tension with president Donald Trump over the president's claims of election fraud and the investigation of president elect Joe Biden's son Maher went to the White House Monday where he submitted his letter of resignation according to a tweet from trump bars last day will be December twenty third trump said deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen will become acting Attorney General trump publicly expressed anger after bar statement to the Associated Press this month that the justice department had found no widespread election fraud that would change the outcome of the election Mike Rossi at Washington

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Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

"The the justice APS department learn is the justice dropping department its criminal is dropping case against the criminal ex trump case national against president security trump's adviser first Michael national Flynn security adviser prosecutors have maintained it's a stunning for years reversal that Flynn for one lied of special to the counsel FBI Robert in Muller twenty seventeen signature cases about his talks prosecutors with Russia's ambassador have maintained for and three the retired years three that star Michael general Flynn himself lied admitted to the FBI as much during in the twenty pleading seventeen guilty interview about but the his justice talks department with Russia's says it's ambassador abandoning to the Washington case after reviewing fling the himself facts and admitted circumstances it but the department a move says the president the interview was hailed conducted in the oval with no office legitimate he was an investigative innocent man basis accusing Obama the case administration against Flynn officials was a rallying of targeting cry Flynn for president and trump saying they and should his pay backers a big price in bashing this the FBI's gum they Russia you meant probe scum while the the reversal decision comes could energize as Attorney General trump William supporters Barr who adopted increasingly Flynn challenges as a clause the Russia it investigation will also add to democratic which could add complaints to democratic that Attorney concerns General that William bars Barr excessively is too loyal loyal to to the the president president Sager Sager met made Ghani Donnie Washington Washington

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Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

"The the justice APS department learn is the justice dropping department its criminal is dropping case against the criminal ex trump case national against president security trump's adviser first Michael national Flynn security adviser prosecutors have maintained it's a stunning for years reversal that Flynn for one lied of special to the counsel FBI Robert in Muller twenty seventeen signature cases about his talks prosecutors with Russia's ambassador have maintained for and three the retired years three that star Michael general Flynn himself lied admitted to the FBI as much during in the twenty pleading seventeen guilty interview about but the his justice talks department with Russia's says it's ambassador abandoning to the Washington case after reviewing fling the himself facts and admitted circumstances it but the department a move says the president the interview was hailed conducted in the oval with no office legitimate he was an investigative innocent man basis accusing Obama the case administration against Flynn officials was a rallying of targeting cry Flynn for president and trump saying they and should his pay backers a big price in bashing this the FBI's gum they Russia you meant probe scum while the the reversal decision comes could energize as Attorney General trump William supporters Barr who adopted increasingly Flynn challenges as a clause the Russia it investigation will also add to democratic which could add complaints to democratic that Attorney concerns General that William bars Barr excessively is too loyal loyal to to the the president president Sager Sager met made Ghani Donnie Washington Washington

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Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department is dropping Flynn's Trump-Russia case

"The the justice APS department learn is the justice dropping department its criminal is dropping case against the criminal ex trump case national against president security trump's adviser first Michael national Flynn security adviser prosecutors have maintained it's a stunning for years reversal that Flynn for one lied of special to the counsel FBI Robert in Muller twenty seventeen signature cases about his talks prosecutors with Russia's ambassador have maintained for and three the retired years three that star Michael general Flynn himself lied admitted to the FBI as much during in the twenty pleading seventeen guilty interview about but the his justice talks department with Russia's says it's ambassador abandoning to the Washington case after reviewing fling the himself facts and admitted circumstances it but the department a move says the president the interview was hailed conducted in the oval with no office legitimate he was an investigative innocent man basis accusing Obama the case administration against Flynn officials was a rallying of targeting cry Flynn for president and trump saying they and should his pay backers a big price in bashing this the FBI's gum they Russia you meant probe scum while the the reversal decision comes could energize as Attorney General trump William supporters Barr who adopted increasingly Flynn challenges as a clause the Russia it investigation will also add to democratic which could add complaints to democratic that Attorney concerns General that William bars Barr excessively is too loyal loyal to to the the president president Sager Sager met made Ghani Donnie Washington Washington

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"general trump" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"general trump" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"In the world today. The Pentagon is planning to deploy six B fifty two bombers to a British territory in the middle of the Indian Ocean. It's one of many U. S. forces around on the globe on alert in case Iran attempts. Some sort of revenge for the deadly. US strike that killed its top military General Qasim Sulejmani. I want to bring in retired admiral. James Stavridis he's the former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and author of the book sailing. It true north. Thanks so much for being here. Admiral I appreciate it. You Bet change so on potential revenge. It's president trump said yesterday on air force. One if it happens it happens regarding an Iranian strike gaming out what might retaliation from around look like in response to the US strike. What what do you think it would be? They have a wide range of options. As you'll appreciate number one on their list will be use of proxies in the region to attack doc. US asset so going against our troops in Afghanistan other militia Bingo Perhaps going back at one of our embassies certainly jake there'll be Cyber component to this they'll go to see and probably come after a US worship at see what they've done submarine they have sworn tactics wore for most chillingly. I think they might say we're going to do this. Proportionally so we're GONNA kill an American ambassador or senior military figure much Soleimani. The money was in here. They'd probably go outside. The region perhaps to Europe or the target sets are softer. Would it be. Would it be an act that we would know the Iranians were behind minded or or would it be potentially a mystery. I think the Iranians are going to want to have some level of plausible deniability throughout all of this because they are determined they are highly religious they are devoted to their cause but they are not suicidal. They're not going to stumble into a full blown war with the United States. They don't they don't want to be eight martyrs necessarily Iraq on a national level. Do you think we've heard a lot from president trump and secretary pompeo about the US being safer Americans being safer today as a long term claim. I could understand that. We'll see who knows if we'll be safe with Sulejmani gone. He was certainly a dangerous guy but short term for the fifty thousand. US troops use in the Middle East. Right now is it safer today or was it safer before. Sulamani was killed just just speaking today in terms of those darker it was safe for before Sula mining was killed and I think the way to look at this. Jake is the difference between something tactical and something strategic. This is a tactical move. That takes a very dangerous chess piece off the board but we need a strategy like you do in a chess match. which by the way the Persian game to think about the longer term how can we leverage the fact Sumani is gone and what are our next moves to create a strategy international interagency private public strategic communications? We need to get better At launching ideas were really good at launching missiles. There were a lot of Iran hawks in the trump administration who were strategic thinkers. I'm thinking talking about retired. General Mattis Thinking Master McMaster. who was a national security is these are? These are people who are without question hawks on Iran and they may they might have recommended this too but they also had strategic thinking. Do you think that the current leadership around president trump is strategic. Do they do they have that kind of bandwidth. I don't feel that and I think part of it is because there's been so much turmoil and change we're on our fourth national security advisor our second. CIA Our second State State Department in the course of three years. So there's been no time to develop strategy and think I think the closest to a strategic document out of this administration was was HR. mcmasters national security strategy came out two years ago. That's a pretty good document from all I can see that. It's not the course that this ship is being steered gone all right Admiral. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate it and good luck with the book. Thanks a lot jake looking forward to reading it. Coming up new reaction from members of Congress on John Bolton saying he would be willing to testify and how that might change the impeachment trial in the Senate. Stay with US next week. It's the last debate before the caucuses the CNN presidential debate in partnership ownership with divine register do not miss it ex Tuesday night. Eight o'clock eastern only here on C. N. N.. You can follow me on facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter at Jake Tapper show at the lead CNN C._N._N. coverage on C._N._N.. Continues Right now. Thanks so much for watching. I'll see you tomorrow..

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"general trump" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"general trump" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Delay any sort of full on withdrawal at or have at least Jake aac reach a point where they then can't turn back from our at our Damon in Baghdad. I WANNA go to the Pentagon right now and bring in Barbara Starr and Barbara that line that Arwa Damon our correspondent responding in Baghdad just highlighted we respect your sovereign decision to order our departure from a US Marine general to the Iraqi. The military ministry seems Pretty Stark. You were just briefed on this. All by the Secretary of Defense Mr. Aspirin. What did he have to say? The Secretary of Defense Marquess part and the chairman the Joint Chiefs General Mark. Milley both just finished a briefing off camera but on the record so we can quote them with the Pentagon press corps now Secretary. Hurry esperer began by saying that he is aware of this letter but that the US has no plans at this time to leave Iraq. He went on to say. Hey the letter is in his words inconsistent with policy at this time and so it is a bit baffling. He noted that yes tubes are repositioning throughout the region that it be given the situation that is very much public knowledge. So this one on star Marine general may well be talking initially in this letter about some repositioning but then this general goes on and says to prepare prepare for onward movement. It is unlikely that a one-star general would be the one to announce anything about US forces leaving Iraq you know virtually simultaneously with the Secretary of defense saying it's inconsistent so There's a lot to figure out here. This letter by the way remains unsigned so it is at least the version that we have seen. There's another thing that came up at the briefing. That's quite important. Both secretary espy general. Millie said they would continue to obey the law about targeting military sites when asked whether they would agree to target cultural sites as the president president has suggested they both said they would continue to follow the law. Barbara Starr at the Pentagon. Thanks so much. Let's bring back former secretary of defense. Leon Panetta Mister Secretary. I'm not sure that you can explain what's going on here. But what's your best guess might my best guess is that they're scrambling around trying to figure out what the Hell Do. And obviously they're several things involved here number one is saw. Aw they reposition their forces. I think for defensive purposes for the possibility of an Iranian proxy attack. So that that to me makes sense the idea that they're repositioning for purposes of withdrawal. I think does does concern me the and I think frankly right now. We're we're not really sure whether in fact the the US is going to prepare for withdrawal. I hope they don't. I hope they make every effort to try to maintain our forces air because frankly the issue. We're forgetting a lot about in the middle of all of this us. Iranian crisis is the fact that Isis still remains a real threat to the United States and the ability to deal with Isis depends a great deal on. US presence in Iraq. What is your best? Guess in terms of what the Iranian response to the strike against General Sulamani will be. Do you think we'll be iranian-backed militia's proxies attacking US forces in places like Iraq. I think the most likely approached that Iran will use is what they've done in the past which is to use their proxy forces sources to go after US military targets. I think I think they are intent on on seeking vengeance engines here. I think they are planning some kind of attack. There are a number of targets obviously between our troop presence in Syria our our troop presence in Iraq in Kuwait in the Gulf. So there are. There are a number of targets that they could go after but I think rather than having missile suddenly the fly from Iran. I think the more likely scenario is that they will use their proxy forces to attack us. All right Mister Secretary. Thanks so much for joining us during doing this breaking news moment we appreciate your time. President trump says he would target sites important to Iran but is closest advisers are not as crystal clear their twist on his words as the world waits to see how far Iran will take its vow of revenge plus the statement today from former Ambassador Bolton it may take impeachment in a whole new direction. Stay with us. Let's face it. Most New Year's resolutions are hard to keep get more exercise. Save more money well. Here's a resolution that's easy to keep babe. Don't waste time going to the post office us. STAMPS DOT COM instead. STAMPS DOT COM brings all the services of the post office to you PLUS STAMPS DOT com. 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The president again reiterated his pledge on Air Force One a CNN's kaitlan Collins reports sources say there is widespread opposition in the administration to the move. which would likely be considered a war crime inside the trump administration it with nothing else on his public schedule? President trump called into rush limbaugh's radio show today to defend in. US Air strike that killed. Iran's top military commander commander. We'll see what happens. We'll see what the responsive is making no mention of his threats to hit Iranian culture sites which have prompted intense backlash rush. He repeated those threats on Air Force. One Sunday night telling reporters they're allowed to use roadside bombs and blow up our people at were not allowed to touch their cultural ultra L- sites. It doesn't work that way. That coming after. The president tweeted Saturday that the United States has fifty two targets in its sights if Iran retaliates one one for each American held during the hostage crisis of Nineteen seventy-nine experts say a military attack against a cultural site would constitute a war war crime and White House aides attempting to defend the statements by claiming trump never made them critiques. President trump didn't say he'd go after a cultural side re read what he said appearance. As targeting cultural sites identified state. The president is also countering a vote by the Iraqi parliament to try to oust. US troops by saying he'll impose very big sanctions if they do just as hundreds of US troops are deployed to Kuwait on short notice to serve as reinforcements mint amid those rising tensions in the Middle East despite trump promising repeatedly on the campaign trail to get the US out of long long expensive and bloody Middle East engagements. Warren aggression will not be my first instinct. A superpower understands that caution in restraint are really truly signs of strength now as far as the president's threat to target those cultural sites arm colleague Barbara Starr just asked the defense secretary. That is something they would move forward with. The president has started it twice on the record now. Despite those aides denying it he said quote we will follow the laws laws of armed conflict. She said does that. Mean no since that would be a war crime if you did do that. And he said quote that's the Law of Armed Conflict Essentially the defense secretary Jerry saying no he would not collins thanks so much. Let's chew over all this many. It's interesting because the people in the administration are saying we will follow the law. We're going to by law. AWW President Trump is out there saying that very clearly that he's GonNa Target Cultural Centers in Iran possibly if Iran hits the US and according to international law including a UN Security Council resolution. The US voted. Yes on that would be against. There'll be a workaround including the Ninety Four Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property that the US this is a signatory to you. Say officials have been saying we're not following this. They've also been lying in public to one of them. Came on your show yesterday might pump. Aided the rounds of the Sunday shows where he basically nineteen ninety four. I don't believe that the party request you not to believe your eyes. And is he still go look at the tweet. He didn't say attack coach as you pointed out to. That's exactly what he said Kellyanne Conway Away. Today goes one step further in the kind of gas lighting Olympic saying it was a hypothetical so hypothetic he said we will hit fifty two sites including cultures. That's very fast and very very hard. That's a war crime and the irony is that trump supporters and customs. lemony was a war criminal. That's why he had to be killed and that's why we should shut his. Here's trump basically agitating to be a will criminal. He did it when he ran for president. He said we're GONNA kill the families of terrorists. Remember that we're going to take out the family terraces with women and Children Maya Angelou when someone tells you they believe in the first one is he. He did run on a pro war crime policy both finishing in in a way oil. Kill the terrorist suspects. And now he's like well attacked cultural..

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Report: Trump's "promise" to foreign leader sparks whistleblower complaint

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Trump's "promise" to foreign leader sparks whistleblower complaint

"Washington Post reports that a high level whistleblower complaint that triggered a tense showdown between US intelligence and Congress involves president trump's communications with a foreign leader the post reports that trump's interaction with the foreign leader included a promise that was regarded to be so troubling it prompted unofficial in the US intelligence community due to file a formal whistle blower complaint with the Inspector General Trump spoke or met with at least five foreign leaders in the weeks preceding the whistle blower complaint including including Vladimir Putin Kim Jong UN Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan the emir of Qatar in Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rotate the acting director factor of national intelligence has refused to hand the whistle blowers complaint over to Congress at the APPAREN- advice of trump's justice department sparking concerns that the acting intelligence chief the DOJ are subverting the law to protect

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"general trump" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on WTVN

"We made a good record that the decision to withdraw from Iraq was not based on sound military advice in spite of it. He did it himself which has every right to do. But he needs to own it. And I don't think general Trump is going to be any better than general Obama now. Using is those people who do not want to rule their life by principle that just made Lindsey Graham the greatest man to ever live. And now he's saying yes against Trump. And where do you go? It's been a fascinating study of people to watch. This is really amazing. We are going to be constantly historians are going to be looking at this time period. They are hundred years we've all been shot for the last three years. I mean, absolutely mind bogglingly shocked at how people have reacted to this stuff. And if you flip on cable news what you get is every week is a complete disaster for Donald Trump and every. And that's not true. That's not how the lows has played out. However, the last couple of weeks there is a lot to to to take issue with and mainly not the things if you flip on cable news today, they're going to be complaining about. Yeah. Because they don't complain about the bump stock thing we should be all over him on that and loving him. They haven't complained at all. I mean, and you know, they don't they just don't talk about it because they don't want to give him any credit. Yeah. But it's the bump stock thing that they would normally if Obama had done it they'd be praising him. So here's what I think is happening with the average person in the street that is conservative. They turn on radio. They turn on TV and all they hear about his impeachment impeachment in Russia, and his delusion and all of this stuff and all and never be. He can never ever do anything. Right. Then they chewed including the Christmas portrait, they just did even that was in the red Christmas trees that look like the Handmaid's tale. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. And so when you turn on somebody like us or rush or Sean or anybody else, and they're saying, wait bump stock thing. This is bad. It is natural to feel like a man in them even them. No, no, no. You've got to call the balls and the strikes you have to because you know, can we play another piece of audio? Do you have the audio of George Bush and why he did tarp? Yes. We actually do they have you ever heard this listen to this from a new documentary on HBO, George Bush. They're talking about tarp. And remember he said I had to violate free market system. Jeff does Bandini Brandon the free market system to save. Right. Yeah. Listen to why he did that Hank came.

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"general trump" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"We made a good record that the decision to withdraw from Iraq. Was not based on sound military advice in spite of it. He did it himself which has every right to do. But he needs to own it. And I don't think general Trump is going to be any better than general Obama now using is those people who do not want to rule their life by principle that just made Lindsey Graham, the greatest man to ever live. And now he's saying yes against Trump. And where do you go? It's been a fascinating study of people to watch. This is really amazing. We are going to be historians are going to be looking at this time period. They are hundred years is we've all been shot for the last three years. I mean, absolutely mind bogglingly shock at how people have reacted to this stuff. And if you flip on, you know, cable news what you get is every week is a complete disaster for Donald Trump every. That's not true. That's not how this deep lows has played out. However, the last couple of weeks there is a lot to to take issue with and mainly not the things if you flip on cable news today, they're gonna be complaining about. Yeah. Because they don't complain about the bump stock they we should be all over him on that and loving him. They haven't complained at all. I mean, and you know, they don't they just don't talk about it because they don't want to give him any credit. Yeah. But it's the bump stock thing that they would normally if Obama had done it they'd be praising him. So here's what I think is happening with the average person in the street that is conservative. They turn on radio. They turn on TV and all they hear about his impeachment impeachment in Russia and his delusion in all of this stuff and all and never be. He can never ever do anything right then including the Christmas portrait, they just did even that was and the red Christmas trees that look like the Handmaid's tale. It's unbelievable. Unbelievable. And so when you turn on somebody like us or rush or Sean or anybody else, and they're saying, wait bump stock thing. This is bad. It is natural to feel like a man been them even them. No, no, no. You've got to call the balls and the strikes you have to because you know, can we play another piece of audio? Do you have the audio of George Bush and why he did tarp? Yes. We actually do have you ever heard this listen to this from a new documentary on HBO, George Bush. They're talking about tarp. And remember he said I had to violate free market system. Jeff does Bandini Brandon the free market system to save. Right. Yep. Listen to why he did that Hank came.

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"general trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Made a good record that the decision to withdraw from Iraq. Was not based on sound military advice in spite of it. He did it himself which has every right to do. But he needs to own it. And I don't think general Trump is going to be any better than general Obama now using is those people who do not want to rule their life by principle that just made Lindsey Graham, the greatest man to ever live. And now he's saying yes against Trump. And where do you go? It's been a fascinating study of people to watch. This is really amazing. We are going to be fascinated. Historians are going to be looking at this time period. They are hundred years is we've all been shot for the last three years. I mean, absolutely mind bogglingly shocked at how people have reacted to this stuff. And if you flip on cable news what you get is every week is a complete disaster for Donald Trump and every. And that's not true. That's not how this blows has played out. However, the last couple of weeks there is a lot to to to take issue with and mainly not the things if you flip on cable news today, they're going to be complaining about. Yeah. Because they don't complain about the bump stock thing we should be all over him on that day loving him. They haven't complained at all. I mean, and you know, they don't they just don't talk about it because they don't want to give him any credit. Yeah. But it's the bump stock thing. They would normally if Obama had done it they'd be praising him. So here's what I think is happening with the average person in the street that is conservative. They turn on radio. They turn on TV and all they hear about his impeachment impeachment in Russia, and his delusion and all of this stuff and all never he can never ever do anything. Right. Then they turn including the Christmas portrait. They just did even that was in the red Christmas trees that look like the Handmaid's tale. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. And so when you turn on somebody like us or rush or Sean or anybody else, and they're saying, wait bump stock thing. This is bad. It is natural to feel like a man in them even them. No, no, no. You've got to call the balls and the strikes you have to because you know, can we play another piece of audio? Do you have the audio of George Bush and why he did tarp? Yes. We actually do they have you ever heard this listen to this from a new documentary on HBO, George Bush. They're talking about tarp. And remember he said I had to violate free market system. Jeff to say. Bandini Brandon the free market system to save right? Listen to why he did that Hank came.

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"general trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Happy Thursday to you. Roussel show talk radio six eighty WCBS. Thanks so much for having us in as always Gary said ours once again at the controls, he gets drive the bus just get the hang out and talk with the folks great gig. I gotta tell you a lot of ground to cover today. While the big news. We have a. A new temporary attorney general, and we are now pondering who the next attorney general of the United States will be Jeff Sessions was asked to resign. He did. So and one would hope that whoever replaces him is slightly more adept at performing the tasks necessary to be the attorney general of the United States. And we'll talk about this clear from what Jeff Sessions is a nice guy. Good guy. He's not evil. You know, he's not a nasty person. But he was ill suited for this particular task. And it's it's really straightforward. There are some people who are suited to be a legislators and some people who are suited to be administrators and sessions clearly was much more suited to be a legislator, then and administrator. One hopes that a seasoned prosecutor with management skills is is brought in in order to be the next attorney general of the United States. And of course, my shortlist is very short. I'm sure yours is to we don't get consulted on this. But we can speculate and we'll do them a leader on the show. The day the day after the election yesterday. We begin to talk off. Mike, just you know on the building here. How long old Hake for the left to begin to? Implode to overreact to what is frankly, not a very substantial win if it's a win at all. Here. Here. The details on this. This is the first midterm of the first term of this president. We are hoping that he has to terms. In the first midterm for the first term of Bill Clinton. He lost fifty four house seats and eight Senate seats. On the first midterm of the first term of Barack Hussein Obama. He lost sixty three house seats and six Senate seats. While we're still waiting for some of the late results. Come in. Clearly, the Democrats picked up something north of twenty six maybe something north of thirty house seats, and they lost Senate seats, so on the historical scale of things what the Democrats have done here is well advanced, it's a mulligan. They lost fewer than forty house seats. They gained Senate seats. Thank you just as Kevin on. Thank you, Donald Trump for indefectible put campaigning in the last sixty days, thirty large rallies in the last sixty days and exhilarated the pace of those things as came close. So you have also. Someplace some folks like the. I'm trying to play some folks like the the never Trumpers, the rhinos the whiners inside the GOP who never fully understood what had happened in two thousand sixteen who decided they would resign rather than soldier on. And that's fine. That is their right to do. So so the GOP in the house that remains is more closely aligned with this particular, presidents, ideals, and ideas. Oh, that's a horrible thing. Oh, it's it's what happens every single time. You have the president of a party win the presidency. If your candidate wins, the presidency that individual is then obviously the head of the party and either get on board. Or you get out of the way if you're a member of that party. This is no different than when Barack Obama won. Then guess what? Hillary Clinton was not the head of the party. Barack Obama was is no different than when Bill Clinton won. Jimmy Carter was not the head of the party. It was Bill Clinton. Cetera etc. Etc. Yeah. Of course, this party is going to much more reflect Donald Trump, his point of view and his ideals because he is the standard bearer. He is the leader of the pack. He is the alpha male. He the lead dog and for all those folks, you realize that if you're not the lead dog of you never changes a who've decided that well, maybe it's time for me to get out of this go do something else for a while. I'm perfectly fine with us. Thank you for your service. This was never intended to be a lifelong job. The founders did not foresee a situation where somebody would move to Washington DC in their thirties from Texas, Wyoming, Illinois, or New York and never leave simply move from being a member of the house. You do there for twenty five years, and then a member of the Senate, and eventually you die with your boots on that was not the intent of the phone or the intent of the founders was citizen. Legislators. Were you would come you would serve your country? Then you go back and leave a real wife knew in real life things. So fine. It's the silver lining. I have no problem with that. These folks decided their time had come and gone and they decided to move on. All right. Not a problem. But the question is how long is it going to take the Democrats to begin to misbehave? Well, it didn't take very long. It didn't take very long at all. A group of antifa activist small mob. He's always known as smash racism DC showed up at Tucker Carlson's home. Apparently the group had his address posted on Twitter. Twitter then removed of the address at the request of the dealer. Caller news foundation. Grew Shanti at various things that Carlson's door despite nobody answered..

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"general trump" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOMO

"Lots to get through as we start our day together coming up. He finally did it President Trump fired his attorney general Karen cafe explores that for us and Bob Costantini tells us what it was like to be Trump's marathon news conference meteorologist dean devore's talking about cold and snow this morning. Tom Busby tells us Wall Street likes government, gridlock. Robert workman has sports and Kevin car will come along to check out some movies being released now on home video formats, some of what's ahead. This first half hour of your first light. It's seven minutes past the hour. And we are keeping an eye on some developing news and Salvador Thousand Oaks, California, where eleven people including a sheriff's deputy were shot by a man who walked into a southern California Barak killed with kala filled with college students a few hours ago. No deaths confirmed as of right now. Jeff Sessions departure as attorney general is raising questions this morning about the fate of the special counsel Russia probe President Donald Trump fired him and ask for assesses resignation and then temporarily replaced him with one of his loyalists more on that from Karen. President Trump changing the topic from the Democrats midterm house victory. The president announcing via Twitter Wednesday afternoon that Jeff Sessions is out as attorney general Capitol Hill. Democrats immediately worried about what that means for a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, it would create a constitutional crisis. If this were a prelude to ending or greatly limiting the Muller investigation. And not a surprise. The president has been at odds with his attorney general sessions recused himself from the investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election, the president bypassing deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and tapping Matthew Whitaker sessions chief-of-staff as interim attorney general Lineker had been critical of the Muller probe before joining the DO. Jay and will now oversee the investigation the White House. Downplaying the concerns of Democrats.

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"general trump" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This midterm election was one for San Antonio record books from the long lines that early voting to last night's voter turnout, which broke the record for election day voters over the two thousand sixteen election elections coordinator, Jackie Callanan says this midterm election has been a high watermark for voting in Barry county. And if you think your vote does not count one of the entities. That was on our ballot was east-central ISD and their district five election ended with a small margin of ten ballots. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w democrat Gino Ortiz. Jones says it's not over till it's over as far as she's concerned. It's not over. I'm vote-counting ended this morning or these Jones was behind Republican will hurt and the twenty third district congressional race about seven hundred votes out of more than two hundred thousand cast and a statement on Twitter. She said she wants to wait until provisional ballots as well as military and overseas ballots are counted before she concedes the race. Or these Jones was the leading briefly early this morning before heard surged out to a final lead. Jeff Sessions is handing over his resignation as the nation's attorney general at the request of President Trump in announcement came out today by the president's Twitter account as he accepted the resignation letter. The president's been critical of sessions ever since he recused himself from the investigation into election meddling by the Russians and President Trump's replacing the attorney general with sessions chief of. Staff. He tweeted, Matthew Whitaker will become acting attorney general bypassing deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, incumbent, Florida Democrat Senator Bill Nelson's not ready to concede the election. Just yet incumbent democratic Senator Bill Nelson has not conceded, but he has hired an election lawyer and release.

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"general trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And national headlines for that we turn to Bob moon in our eleven three newsroom. Busy day. Bob. It is indeed Jason Carroll on a day. The nation had been absorbing the future of congress with the democrat led house President Donald Trump just changed the subject he asked for and received the resignation of attorney general Jeff Sessions triggering fresh alarm over possible. White House interference in the investigation. Led by special counsel, Robert Muller, Trump's choice for acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker chief of staff at the Justice department who wrote a commentary a year ago, headlined Muller's investigation of Trump is going too far. A US official tells Bloomberg Trump has put Whittaker in charge of the Russia probe. Just today. Trump declared a new the investigation should have been over a long time ago, it should end because it's very bad for our country. According to a US official White House chief of staff John Kelly called sessions prior to the president's news conference today to inform him. The Trump wanted his resignation democratic Senator Charles Schumer warned today that it would create a constitutional crisis. If this were a prelude to ending or greatly limiting the mother investigation. The president threatened today that there could be retaliatory investigations in the Senate if the new democratic majority in the house insists on opening new investigations of his administration. He said defiantly that could grind government to a halt. And he blamed the Democrats the mechanic leader Nancy Pelosi vowed to carry out the presidential oversight that the first branch of government is charged with this doesn't mean with the looking for fight. But it means that if we see a need to go forward, we will at the same time both Pelosi and the president voice their willingness to seek bipartisan cooperation global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty.

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"general trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The FBI has wrapped up its investigation, and Mitch McConnell is pushing ahead on a vote, and we're already seeing the impacts of this supreme court fight with Republican voters appearing increasingly fired up with just about a month ago until the mid term elections and like to point out Joe at the end of the show yesterday, that's what you warned about. You warned. About a backlash on the Democrats pertaining to these Cavanaugh hearings. A lot of people seeing them as overreaching. I talked about the media bias that it seem that too many people see happening and said that there could be an impact politically, and we are actually seeing that right now in some polls actually broke couple of hours after the show yesterday and I, it's so similar to the parallel you made to the reaction. Immediate reaction the reaction and general Trump that was blindness to what could be really happening, not understanding before the election, so fired up on their side. So and people in the media, actually deciding that it was their job that it was to their war. And I know Willie brought this up to during the run-up to the election. People saying, what are we going to tell our grand chip grandchildren? In the run-up to the Trump election and I know Willie, you were saying, well, what you tell you grandchildren is your journalist and you did your job jobs, not beat a candidate, your jobs to report the news and we're gonna show some polls in the second. That's jest that a lot of Americans may believe that there's a bit of an overreach by a lot of us in the media and also by a lot of the Democrats on the judiciary committee. Yeah, there are a lot of Americans who were clearly concerned about what judge Cava may have done to Dr Ford. We're listening to Dr Ford's testimony a week ago and in the interim since then what we've gotten stories about judge Cavin maybe throwing ice cubes in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and other stories like this. That looked to a lot of Americans particular Republicans, but I think even Democrats piling on and trying to take the man down. So here's what we have now according to a new NPR PBS NewsHour mirrors poll the large advantage Democrats held. Enthusiasm has all, but evaporated eighty percent of Republicans. Now say the elections in November are very important. That's a jump of more than ten points just since July, the Republican figures just two points, shy of the Democrats who saw their enthusiasm take up only slightly from the prior poll Joe. So there you have it. I mean, that's just over the last month or so willy. We've said it time and time again on this show when people do generic ballot tests, it's not the generic ballot tasks that I look at that a lot of other people look at going into midterms. It's voter intensity, and the Democrats have had a massive advantage in voter intensity over the past eighteen months, and it has evaporated in the course of a couple of weeks. Again, Mike, this is just one poll, but. You don't have to be a rocket scientist or you don't have to have a PHD in in politics too. Understand what the last couple of weeks of done to energize, the Republican base and the conservative base to say, hey, I hate Trump, but I'm not a big fan of what the Democrats and the media doing right now to know for sure, for sure. And look at the one. The one thing we can document and you can documented any number of ways is the president's constant assault on the media. Fake news has really, really worked. It is sunk in all across the country, and there's been a series of stories about the supreme court appointment that have appeared on television and in newspapers that have caused. I think a lot of Americans in this polarized political atmosphere of ours to stop pause and say, hey, this is just a bit too much, especially one of the later stories earlier this week about a note that judge cavenaugh when he was seventeen or eighteen years of age, wrote to his friends about a rental beach rental for a weekend. And at the end of that note, it said, you know, would best warn the. Neighbors. I'm paraphrasing here would warn the neighbors and tell them that a bunch of drunks are going to be renting this condo for two days. And I think a lot of people looked at that and said, you know, he was seventeen when he wrote that come on..

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"general trump" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven six forty six right now along with MandA factor. Gregg Hersholt, and Frank Lenzi is at the editor's says, this is the KOMO morning news. President Trump is renewing his attacks on Jeff Sessions. Saying, quote, I don't have an attorney general Trump says in a hill dot TV interview released yesterday. He's so sad over Jeff Sessions who repeatedly denounced for recusing himself from the Russia investigation. The president claims in the interview sessions did not need to do. So but department of Justice guidelines recommend the attorney general step away because of his own contacts with Russian officials during his time with the two thousand sixteen campaign president is headed to North Carolina right now to visit areas were hurricane Florence and its aftermath have done some of the worst damage Air Force One due to land at Marine Corps, air station, cherry point, not far from new Bern. Ten foot storm surges swapped parts of that area and large swaths across eastern North Carolina as well as South Carolina. The woman accusing supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault may not testify before a Senate committee next week Christine. Blasi Ford's attorney announced that she will not testify an open hearing Monday about her allegations of sexual assault against the Precourt nominee Brett cavenaugh, unless certain conditions are met in a letter addressed to Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley, Blasi Ford's attorney rights while Dr Ford's life was being turned upside down you and your staff scheduled a public hearing for her to testify at the same table as judge Cavanaugh to relive this traumatic and harrowing incident and FBI investigation of the incident should be the first step in addressing her allegations. For the last forty eight hours. She has been deflecting death threats and harassment. If the senators who have come forward and said, they want to treat the seriously. Mean that then they'll they'll have an investigation of these allegations Senator Grassley responding in a statement overnight, the invitation for Monday, still stands nothing, the FBI or any other investigator does would have any bearing on what Dr Ford tells the committee. So there is no reason for any further delay President Trump has the authority to ask the.

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No backing down on Trump Foundation lawsuit, New York AG says

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

No backing down on Trump Foundation lawsuit, New York AG says

"A Washington lobbyist is pleading guilty. To a single felony, charge stemming, from the Russia probe and peers Carrie Johnson reports Samuel patent says he. Failed to register as a foreign agent Samuel Patton told the judge I would like, to plead guilty in, a. Thirty minute hearing in Washington DC patent acknowledged doing lobby work for Ukrainian political party included writing talking. Points drafting, opinion articles, and, setting up, meetings with. Members of congress in the State Department prosecutors say patent, failed to, register as activities. At the direction of a foreign oligarch even though he knew better at the. Time patent is agreed to cooperate with investigators looking into. Russian election interference the judge ordered him to turn. Over his passport and secure, permission to travel outside the DC

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Washington, D.C., lobbyist pleads guilty to failing to file as foreign agent

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, D.C., lobbyist pleads guilty to failing to file as foreign agent

"A Washington lobbyist is pleading guilty. To a single felony, charge stemming, from the Russia probe and peers Carrie Johnson reports Samuel patent says he. Failed to register as a foreign agent Samuel Patton told the judge I would like, to plead guilty in, a. Thirty minute hearing in Washington DC patent acknowledged doing lobby work for Ukrainian political party included writing talking. Points drafting, opinion articles, and, setting up, meetings with. Members of congress in the State Department prosecutors say patent, failed to, register as activities. At the direction of a foreign oligarch even though he knew better at the. Time patent is agreed to cooperate with investigators looking into. Russian election interference the judge ordered him to turn. Over his passport and secure, permission to travel outside the DC

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Rockets disrupt presidential holiday speech in suspected Taliban attack

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Rockets disrupt presidential holiday speech in suspected Taliban attack

"Police in Afghanistan say Taliban militants. Fired two rockets today at the presidential palace in Kabul has the country's president Ashraf Ghani was speaking to the nation one landed near the presidential compound the other hit close to. A NATO building and. The US embassy to police officers were injured the attack prompted an. Aerial response from helicopter

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"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Holdover backup attorney general trump did not get rid of an who was it was fording his a travel order executive memos sally yates testified that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to seventeen other intelligence at you remember this obama decided that this intel on russia was so bad that he shared it with the intelligence units an agencies of seventeen what a maybe not 17 their countries because some countries have more than one intel agency like we do but there were a number of countries involved seventeen or something like that intelligence agencies that got every thing we dredged up on the russia investigation which was faced there wasn't anything that's how they spread it worldwide and sally yates testified that that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to these other intel agencies including some foreign the agencies so my question is was susan rice covering her rear rammed about doing that too by the this was not by the book whatever else this is in his not by the book to share our intel on how russia tampered in our election with seventeen other intelligence agencies there are swimming evidence of trump collusion all over the world there wasn't any meanwhile she's writing a memo that obama's telling everybody has their outgoing we're going to follow the book we're going to go by the book and rice wrote that memo at the exact time sally yates were sending all that evidence around.

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"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Holdover backup attorney general trump did not get rid of an who was it was fording his a travel order executive memos sally yates testified that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to seventeen other intelligence at you remember this obama decided that this intel on russia was so bad that he shared it with the intelligence units an agencies of seventeen what a maybe not 17 their countries because some countries have more than one intel agency like we do but there were a number of countries involved seventeen or something like that intelligence agencies that got every thing we dredged up on the russia investigation which was faced there wasn't anything that's how they spread it worldwide and sally yates testified that that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to these other intel agencies including some foreign the agencies so my question is was susan rice covering her rear rammed about doing that too by the this was not by the book whatever else this is in his not by the book to share our intel on how russia tampered in our election with seventeen other intelligence agencies there are swimming evidence of trump collusion all over the world there wasn't any meanwhile she's writing a memo that obama's telling everybody has their outgoing we're going to follow the book we're going to go by the book and rice wrote that memo at the exact time sally yates were sending all that evidence around.

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"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Holdover backup attorney general trump did not get rid of an who was it was fording his a travel order executive memos sally yates testified that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to seventeen other intelligence at you remember this obama decided that this intel on russia was so bad that he shared it with the intelligence units an agencies of seventeen what a maybe not 17 their countries because some countries have more than one intel agency like we do but there were a number of countries involved seventeen or something like that intelligence agencies that got every thing we dredged up on the russia investigation which was faced there wasn't anything that's how they spread it worldwide and sally yates testified that that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to these other intel agencies including some foreign the agencies so my question is was susan rice covering her rear rammed about doing that too by the this was not by the book whatever else this is in his not by the book to share our intel on how russia tampered in our election with seventeen other intelligence agencies there are swimming evidence of trump collusion all over the world there wasn't any meanwhile she's writing a memo that obama's telling everybody has their outgoing we're going to follow the book we're going to go by the book and rice wrote that memo at the exact time sally yates were sending all that evidence around.

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"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Holdover backup attorney general trump did not get rid of an who was it was fording his a travel order executive memos sally yates testified that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to seventeen other intelligence at you remember this obama decided that this intel on russia was so bad that he shared it with the intelligence units an agencies of seventeen what a maybe not 17 their countries because some countries have more than one intel agency like we do but there were a number of countries involved seventeen or something like that intelligence agencies that got every thing we dredged up on the russia investigation which was faced there wasn't anything that's how they spread it worldwide and sally yates testified that that she and others sent their evidence of russian collusion to these other intel agencies including some foreign the agencies so my question is was susan rice covering her rear rammed about doing that too by the this was not by the book whatever else this is in his not by the book to share our intel on how russia tampered in our election with seventeen other intelligence agencies there are swimming evidence of trump collusion all over the world there wasn't any meanwhile she's writing a memo that obama's telling everybody has their outgoing we're going to follow the book we're going to go by the book and rice wrote that memo at the exact time sally yates were sending all that evidence around.

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"general trump" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Pretty good job the change that america needed boys you don't need professional political people where they are in office in one hand washes the other he wants to clean up the country where's the politicians they want to clean up on the country and take the money these are the people who voted him in and they're still with a foreign governments me shivered at some of the undiplomatic language liberals may have their heads in their hands for these footsoldiers in his army general trump marches on but this is the only place in martin luther king day in new york for the civil rights leader this being remembered just a few months from the fiftieth anniversary is assassination the people here are saying that the lessons they land jude in the fight against segregation in the '60s even after eight years of a black president still have to be land remember when they want to be open about what they feel that the race question is far from settled oh coq new som is president in new york of the campaign group black lives matter he was invited onto a platform at a rightwing rally who had gone to protest an off to the booze di di he found an audience for his view he met political opponents with whom he still trying to have a debate because our realize if i find common ground do we could actually fix our problems some individuals just wanna stand on opposite ends in yellow each other that's not what i'm here for you to make progress broadly do you think progress will be made in the trump years and be tough of thankful for the trump presidency because of the resistance it it created you have democratic socialists bernie kratz black lives matters made tremendous progress you have iii parties who would green parties developing here in new york there's also so many moves meets the woman's move it but what you're saying is that the election of donald trump forces people to take a stand that they don't agree with him absolutely when you talk about solutions to some of donald trump strongest supporters in washington however the.

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"general trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"general trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Into this as we go through our analysis of the headlines he does seem to be there are indications that are surfacing that potentially could indicate that he's learned a trick to and if so that's good and it presents some hope for the future of the the rest of his presidency that hell actually be able to accomplish something but based upon the pattern of rhetoric the pattern behavior that we've seen thus far it i think that what tom says there is is quite profound that the trump as trump is an effective campaigner and an inspiration to his base and someone who can go out there and beat up the other side and win an election but at no point and we saw this in the transition from the primary to the general like there was no what they call a pivot there is no oh pivot between the primer in the general trump just kept being trump and in a similar sense as tom points out what's he became president there was also no pivot into okay now we're going to govern he just kept being trump east east trump in all contexts he's trump in all circumstances and the fact of the matter is is that being trump can be very effective in some context in circumstances and very ineffective in others and that that's something that hopefully the people around him are cognisant of and able to incorporate into their advice to the president moving forward six five one nine eight nine five eight five five for you live and local reaction to be colmey testimony today business closing argument.

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